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Retirees cast half the votes in Florida's primary, but more young people are moving to the state. As John Dimsdale reports, they bring different opinions about the economy than their elders.
Big changes are coming over the air, but more than a third of TV-owning households don't know it yet. Lisa Napoli explains everything you need to know about the digital TV transition.
In this edition of Getting Personal, Chris and Tess talk about investing a windfall, adding TIPS to your portfolio, opening a Roth alongside a SEP and estimating your taxes.
Trusts allow people to pass wealth on to loved ones, but a new kind of trust also lets people attach some strings to the money -- as Stacey Vanek-Smith discovered with her parents.
An earlier passport requirement on flights in and out of the U.S. has been applied to land and sea travel as well. Tess gets details and options from the State Department's Cy Ferenchak.
As the government debates health care reform, people are trying to find ways to cope. Tess revisits David Lazarus to hear how he's adapting his life and his budget to diabetes.
Next week is the final week for the public to comment on new disclosure rules designed to expose the fees that sneak thousands from your 401k. Tess talks to Matthew Hutcheson for more.
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